This will not match the American Revolution when historians look at it, but defenses are improving in the Big 12 – or conversely, if you want to look at it this way – offenses are slipping.
It’s time for deer season. It only comes once a year and for those who are deer hunters it’s Christmas, the fourth of July, your birthday, and the last day of school.
We live in a time when the sport and our heritage of hunting is threatened as never before, most you know this, yet it seems that we as hunters do very little about it.
They say it’s a game, this thing they call football, but sometimes you have to wonder. Games are fun. They are supposed to make you forget your troubles. But how do you forget a young man’s death?
Outdoor events like the National Wild Turkey Federation's JAKES Day activities help to pass the outdoor spirit along to a younger generation.
This team that had managed only 64 rushing yards in the first two games posted 173 in this one against their former defensive coordinator, Tony Gibson. And, most important, they won the second half, which is a sign of determination, of guts, of digging deep.
When did we become so obsessed with the size and the age of deer? Once upon a time many deer hunters were happy to see a buck, almost any buck, and they were happy to take that buck home.
Larry Case talks about David Miller aiming for another Guinness Book of World Records, this time it is for the most number of clay targets broken by a team of five shooters in twelve hours
This Week's Circulars
2 p.m., graveside service at the Monte Vista Park Cemetery.
2:45 p.m., graveside service at the Woodlawn Memorial Park Mausoleum in Bluewell. Burial will follow.
2 p.m., at the Burns Wornal Chapel of the Memorial Funeral Directory in Princeton. Burial will follow at the Bowles Family Cemetery, Speedway.
2 p.m., at the Oakey's North Chapel in Roanoke, Va. Interment will follow at Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens.
87, of Bluefield, WV died Saturday, December 7, 2019. Arrangements are incomplete at Mercer Funeral Home & Crematory in Bluefield.
- Guilty! Jury convicts Mills in decapitation case
- Timeline to murder: Father testifies he lied about finding son’s headless body
- Princeton man charged with sexually abusing two juveniles
- Decapitation trial begins: Defense fires opening salvo at victim’s father
- Left it all on the field: Bluefield dedicates hard-fought season to Lil’ Tony’s memory
- Second Amendment sanctuary: Tazewell County votes to support right to bear arms
- Bench warrant issued after Princeton woman fails to show up for sentencing hearing
- Monroe County ambulance fee lawsuit voluntarily dismissed
- Tazewell County residents, officials honor long-time teacher, public servant Jones
- Bids being accepted at BSC: College looking to begin construction on Heritage Village housing project